Laredo (1965–1967)
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Miracle at Massacre Mission 

After Reese leaves two nuns near Massacre Mission, Joe and Chad must go there to remove the nuns. They find the threat from the Comanches to be non-existent but find outlaws are an issue plus they have to do manual labor for a change.

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Sister William
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Reese is ordered to escort to nuns to an abandoned Catholic mission. They plan to convert the local Comanche Indians to Christianity. Reese, and later Chad and Joe, cannot convince the women of the danger, but little do the Rangers realize that their real peril will come from the outlaws that have hidden their ill-gotten loot under the mission chapel's floor. Written by David Bassler

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3 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Nuns are habit forming
8 December 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Barbara Rush and Kristine Holland are a pair of nuns who by order of the governor of Texas himself are being given a Ranger escort to their destination. Before they learn it was nuns they were escorting, our three problem children for Captain Parmalee try to trick the others out of the assignment.

It's William Smith and Peter Brown who get the assignment and the sisters go to an abandoned mission with the intention of setting up a school and a clinic for the Comanches. Rush happens to be a doctor as well and at least one Comanche, medicine man Henry Brandon objects because he will lose his practice.

But the real danger comes from Christopher Dark and his gang who hid their accumulated loot under the abandoned mission.

Let's say some interesting alliances are formed.

Lots of fun and laughs here and a chance to see William Smith in all his glory in his beefcake days.


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